IPFB on the Panzer Fight Stick 3/3i

A new question that has popped up recently is whether or not the Integrated Pico Fighting Board (IPFB) is compatible with the Panzer Fight Stick 3. In sort, yes it is with some caveats. The IPFB does not have a DP, LS, RS connection like the Brook PCBs where you can shift your lever between […]

Two Paths to Panzer Fight Stick Greatness – Now Available

Waiting up to 30 days to get the parts for a Panzer build can be terrible. Production queues are long, panels and chassis may ship at different times, and sometimes you just want the parts ASAP. I understand and have taken this feedback onboard to better improve the overall customer experience. You will now see […]

Integrated Pico Fighting Board (IPFB) Setup

Welcome to the Integrated Pico Fighting Board (IPFB). If you’re here you have recently received your IPFB and want to verify your setup. First and foremost, the IPFB comes with the Pico Fighting Board Variant firmware pre-loaded. This is the 99% solution and will likely work for 99% of the FGC.  The IPFB uses the […]

Panzer Fight Stick 4 Build Guide

Ready to build your Panzer Fight Stick 4 and need a bit of help? Here’s the official build guide! Download:  PFS4-AssemblyGuide1.1

Panzer Fight Stick 4 Templates

Panzer Fight Stick 4 - Printed Plexi, Optional Bezel Installed. Art by Flip_ATX

The Panzer Fight Stick 4 is here! The swappable panels are compatible with both Panzer 4 and the Madcatz TE line up of fight sticks and can be purchased here. The best part about the Panzer series is that you can customize it to be your own, including killer artwork. I have made both the […]

The Panzer Fight Stick History

Panzer Fight Stick History

I didn’t start making Fight Sticks with the intention of turning it into a business. In 2012 I built a SuperGun and needed a controller to use. Based off a build photo I saw on the NEO-GEO forums using a Hammond Enclosure I broke out my tools, paint, and wiring skills and got to work […]

TE EZ MOD Install Notes: Jumpers and Slider Switches!

The TE EZ MOD is a rather painless install. There are a couple minor tweaks you need to do though. Cut the SJ2 or SJ3 jumper with an exacto-knife depending on your home panel situation. See the graphic below for which to cut. Trim the actuators on the slide switches with some flush cut snips. […]

JOYDAC – The Digital to Analog Converter for Brook PCBs

In 2020 I was commissioned to build a stick that required a lot of extra directional inputs. The stipulation was, they couldn’t be “double stuffed” into the Brook PCB. Meaning, I couldn’t just connect two buttons to the UP screw terminal so there were two UP buttons. They had to use the analog joystick inputs […]